|Review: Hellfueled - Emission of Sins|
|Emission of Sins|
Label: Black Lodge
Year released: 2009
Genre: Heavy Metal
Review online: August 21, 2010
Reviewed by: Sargon the Terrible
for:Emission of Sins
Rated 4.33/5 (86.67%) (3 Votes)
Well this is a surprise. A name like Hellfueled made me expect yet another tiresome Black/Death screamfest, but imagine my surprise when Hellfueled's aggressive old-fashioned Heavy Metal came blasting out and rocked my face off. This is a powerful stripe of pure metal that draws heavily on classic Sabbath (including the Ozzy-like wails of vocalist Andy Alkman), as well as an unmistakable flavoring from the likes of Alice in Chains or Soundgarden. Normally I would say that would be a bad thing, but Hellfueled avoid the angst and manage to channel that The-Riff-is-King vibe of the best 90's rock. The whole sound is a propulsive, heavy, and hooky sound that trades delicacy for a bass-heavy groove and riffs that hit like nail-spiked baseball bats. Cheers to Hellfueled for forging an album of retro-powered awesome that rocks like a motherfucker.
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